You may have been steering clear of white foods in an effort to get healthier, but are parsnips bad for you? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the science.
Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses with high levels of carotenoids. Studies show the benefits of eating pumpkin is cancer prevention.
Nut health benefits cover both mind and body. Rich in vitamins C and E, as well as folic acid and copper, nuts can safeguard your mental acuity.
Wheatgrass has been promoted in health food stores for years, but what are the real health benefits? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the science.
Pumpkin is powerful. In fact, it’s one of the most nutritious, high-fiber fruits you can find. See why this golden gourd is more than just a decoration.
Walnuts are the headlining nut of Superfoods because walnuts benefits are the most impressive, with almonds and pistachios following close behind.
Kiwi and heart health go hand-in-hand. The fruit lowers triglyceride levels and reduces platelet hyperactivity. See what that means here.
Avocado nutrition includes fiber, folate, potassium, vitamin E and magnesium. Avocado helps lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol levels.
It’s a frightening topic, but there are steps we can all take to avoid Alzheimer’s disease. While there’s no guarantee, this new research can help.
Are you wondering if you should incorporate Spirulina into your SuperFoods diet? And what is Spirulina anyway? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena has got the facts for you.